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Shoshee Hui

Shoshee Hui

Partner
location

3600 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1908
Los Angeles, CA 90010

phone

213-310-8301

Shoshee Hui is a zealous and compassionate advocate for workers in all facets of employment law matters. Shoshee focuses her practice in the areas of employment discrimination, harassment, whistleblower retaliation, and wrongful termination. On occasion, she also defends employees against cross-claims brought by their employers. Additionally, Shoshee represents employees who have been denied wages, breaks, accommodations, or safe working environments, and investigates and litigates violations of the False Claims Act. Shoshee is experienced in single-plaintiff, multi-plaintiff, representative, and class actions and has successfully litigated a range of matters from pre-trial to settlement, trial, and/or appeal.

Shoshee Hui was named as the Firm’s newest partner in January 2024. She joined Hennig Kramer Ruiz & Singh as an associate attorney in December 2016 after working as a law clerk for the firm for two years during law school.

Areas of Practice

  • Class Actions
  • Defamation
  • Discrimination and Harassment
  • Failure to Accommodate Violations
  • False Claims Act Violations
  • Misclassification
  • Wage and Hour Violations
  • Whistleblower Retaliation
  • Wrongful Termination

Bar Admissions

  • California, 2016
  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California, 2018

Education

University of Southern California Gould School of Law

  • J.D. – 2016
  • Hale Moot Court Honors Program
  • Public Interest Law Foundation
  • Asian Pacific American Law Students Association

University of California, Los Angeles

  • B.A. Political Science, English Minor,cum laude– 2013
  • Chancellor’s Service Award

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • California Employment Lawyers Association
  • Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
  • National Employment Lawyers Association
  • Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles
  • Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association
  • National Asian Pacific American Bar Association

Past Employment Positions

  • EEOC, Los Angeles District Office, Law Clerk
  • U.S. Attorney’s Office, Civil Division, Extern
  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California, Judicial Extern
  • White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Intern

Pro Bono Activities

  • Bet Tzedek Employment Rights Project, Volunteer
  • AmeriCorps Member, Los Angeles JusticeCorps

Languages

  • Mandarin Chinese


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I became a lawyer because I wanted to
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help people and I was specifically drawn
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to employment law because of how I
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observed that an employees livelihood
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and an employees wages um are so
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fundamental to that employees dignity
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and existence in this world and when
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that space is interfered with um in a
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neg in a negative way and when an
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employee is subjected to a abuses in
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that space or um withheld proper wages
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proper dignity and respect in that space
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um it really affects their very being
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and the being of all those around them
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um I became a lawyer so that I can help
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these individuals present their stories
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of Injustice and enable them to move on
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from there um hopefully seeking redress
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and
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accountability
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I remember that every person’s story is
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important that the legal precedent and
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the processes within each workplace is
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built upon proper treatment of each
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individual that case law that Supreme
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Court precedent that um how a human
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resources department learns lessons and
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moves forward depends upon each
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individual having a voice each
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individual being considered
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and hopefully through that process to
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make the pl the workplace a better place
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for all I strive to help my clients be
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empowered to tell their stories their
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genuine stories of betrayal of abuse of
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hurt but also um of a passion for the
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work and the mission of their
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organization and I strive to inform the
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employer and my adversaries of the
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import of my client stories um to get
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them to know why they matter and to do
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something about that

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